Overview & Reviews
For 2013, the Cadillac CTS base trim has been eliminated, along with the choice of a manual transmission. Also, some features that were previously optional are now standard.
- Elegant interior design
- Roomier cabin than similarly priced rivals
- Excellent safety scores.
- Capable and secure handling
- Poor rearward visibility
- Awkward driving position
- Not as nimble as its peers.
- Sport suspensions may be too firm for some
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Turning heads, running fine! - 2013 Cadillac CTS
By Phil Callighan - October 21 - 3:45 pm
Very stylish sedan. This is my daily drive. Bought it new and have owned it for over 2 years. Eight-way adjustable leather front seats make the ride very, very comfortable although this is not sink-in comfort seating. Cabin is quiet. Ride is exhilerating. However, living in northern lower Michigan, I did add snow tires to ensure utmost traction in snow on hilly roadways. Mostly drive this in-town so gas mileage hovers around 17 mpg, which is not great, but I believe car was originally tuned to demonstrate acceleration, so I haven't been eager to change it. You owe it to yourself to try one out. You may buy it. I did!
2013 CTS Coupe the worst car ever - 2013 Cadillac CTS
By aptiva1 - January 20 - 9:51 am
Bought a CTS Coupe 2013, it was the worse car ever. The car didnt drive straight. The trans was very sluggish. The steering was too lose. The CTS was the worst car I ever got. Dtay away from this car, its a mess.